Last June, T-Pain said he wasn’t releasing his album until record sales picked up. Now, he’s placing the blame on Drake. Here’s what he said via his Twitter page. Now who’s to fault for that T-Wayne album never seeing the light of day? I know yall waitin on the album but the last thing I need is a verse from drake and the album is complete. So find drake and tell him to hurry the hell up and finish the […]
[vodpod id=Video.5471817&w=425&h=350&fv=] Lil Scrappy summons fellow ATLiens, Bobby Ray and Roscoe Dash for his latest video. Oddly enough, the track sounds good and the ladies featured in the clip aren’t too bad either. wshh
Kobe Bryant’s mini-movie, The Black Mamba is set to air during NBA All Star Weekend next month. The film also co-stars Bruce Willis and Kanye West. At a press conference yesterday, Kobe spoke on working with ‘Ye at the 1:06 mark. marcustroy
Following Ross’ Friday bash at Club Play, he took his show to Miami’s famed King of Diamonds gentleman’s club on Saturday night. Along with Diddy and Pharrell, Rozay blew an estimated million dollars. In fact, it wasn’t long until the Brinks truck came. Blowing money fast, indeed.
It’s time to let Black Rob breathe. Here’s the end product of his latest video, directed by Mazi O. The track’s off his oft-delayed mixtape, Game Tested & Street Approved. Let’s hope his album doesn’t take this long to come to surface.
In this second preview of Kobe’s short film, The Black Mamba, Kobe faces his enemies Bruce Willis, Danny Trejero, and, the boss of them all, Kanye West. The Roberto Rodriguez-directed piece makes its premiere next month during the NBA All-Star Weekend in L.A. info
Before celebrating in NYC last night, light skinned Jermaine performed at the Siegel Center in Richmond for VCU’s Homecoming on Friday night. Up top, the audience sings for J.Cole, Stevie-style. Clips from his set after the jump.